NPCC students/employees recognized at Honors Convocation
The accomplishments of North Platte Community College students and employees were recognized during the 2022 Honors Convocation Monday afternoon at NPCC.
Honorees included representatives from various college clubs and organizations and recipients of the following awards.
Area Vice President of Student Affairs Kelly Rippen presents the Vice President of Student Services Award to Josiah Wriedt, of Norfolk.
Presidential Award – Avery Johnson, Hayes Center
Vice President of Instruction Award – Montannia Courtney, North Platte
Vice President of Student Services Award – Josiah Wriedt, Norfolk
Area Vice President of Academic Affairs and North Platte Community College Dr. Jody Tomanek presents the Vice President of Instruction award to Montannia Courtney, of North Platte.
Automotive – Dylan Woody, North Platte
Diesel – Sebastian Sis, Champion
Electrical – Brett Hill, Scottsbluff
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration – Zachary Kline, North Platte
Business and Technology
Agribusiness – Ashlyn Parrett, Maxwell
Business – Slavomyr Marchenko, Kyiv, Ukraine
Graphic Design – Gracie Correll, North Platte
Dental Assisting – Patience Roebuck, North Platte
Humanities and Social Science
Visual and Performing Arts (Art, Music, Theater) – Trenton Emmons, McCook
Mathematics and Science
Science – John Garcia, North Platte
Students – Della McDole, North Platte; Timur Krupalija, Sarajevo, Bosnia; Slavomyr Marchenko, Kyiv, Ukraine; Denys Bachurin, Cherkasy, Ukraine
Employees - Suzanne Ramsey, enrollment specialist; Travis Wiese, lead maintenance technician; Kayla Thurman, assistant director of Early Entry and Program Development
Faculty Achievement in Student Success Award (Presented to an outstanding faculty member who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to student support and student retention.):
Dr. Carla Long, biology instructor
Professional Achievement in Student Support Award (An outstanding employee who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to student support and student retention.):
Bobbi Muehlenkamp, director of Learning Commons